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The British Eating Out Guide

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The British Eating Out Guide

Below you will see our extensive ‘eating out’ guide. This is simply a rough guide as to which meal choices are to be avoided, savoured, or indulged in. We have concentrated on starters, mains and side dishes. This is because if you are choosing to have 2 courses, you should choose starter and main, rather than dessert. Sides can also be helpful in bulking out a main course with extra veggies and salad.

Avoid fried food items and be cautious of breaded choices. Instead, choose lean protein such as chicken of fish and bulk out with extra fresh seasonal vegetables.




STARTER – Camembert

– Breaded mushrooms

– Whitebait

– Chicken liver pate

– Fishcake

– Scotch egg


– Mezze board – go lightly on any bread or cheese

– Asparagus & poached egg

– Chilli prawns

MAIN COURSE – Burger with cheese, bacon, coleslaw & chips

– Fish & chips

– Ribs in BBQ sauce

– Macaroni cheese

– Lasagne

– Southern-fried chicken burger

– Vegetable tart with salad

– Steak with veggies or salad, avoid chips and sauce

– Rump of lamb

– Sausage & mash (request to change the mash sweet potato mash)

– Lamb shank (request to change mash for sweet potato & extra veg)

– Roast chicken with vegetables (swap potato for sweet potato or whole grains)

– Grilled fish fillet with salad or veggies (avoid creamy potatoes)

– ‘Superfood’ salad (e.g. quinoa, beetroot, courgette, edamame etc)

SIDE – Garlic bread

– Chips

– Mashed potato

– Onion rings


– Boiled potatoes (without butter)

– Sweet potato wedges

– Green salad

– Seasonal vegetables

– Red cabbage

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